At low temperatures, the tire might visually "look" a bit flatter, but this is primarily due to lower pressure.
It's official: Humans are canceled. If we're not intent on ' , then we're getting busy being downright ' But in a world increasingly devoid of human role models, there are some unlikely sources of inspiration out there.
Planetary protection, as such efforts are known, remains a worthy goal, the report emphasizes. But many of the ways it is implemented, which date back to rules conceived at the beginning of the space age,
As California schools implement the state's new science standards, parents at one high school are objecting to a teaching approach they say is short-changing students.
Publisher: Science Date: 2019-10-18 Reference: ' Were you following this: ' House Panel Advances Bipartisan Bill to Protect Federal Scientists From Undue Political Influence More than 20 agencies currently have scientific integrity policies,
The second annual Nature Research awards for inspiring science and for innovating science has announced the winners for 2019.
Publisher: McKinnon Broadcasting Date: 2019-10-16T10:26:39-07:00 Reference: ' Check out this next one: ' NC State hosts second STEM Education Research Summit This summit is the brainchild of Carla C.
This year's award night celebrated 20 years of the PM's Prizes, applauding this year's winners along with previous prize recipients.
Lurking within a solid crystal is a phenomenon that is ' , physicist Johannes Gooth and colleagues report online October 7 in Nature.
Most people associate origami with colorful cranes and decorative frogs, but the ancient Asian art of folding paper may be a whole lot more useful than that. Scientists have used it to make ' , for example.
The 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics goes to three scientists who injected the rigor of randomized controlled trials into experiments to reduce poverty and boost education and public health.
In December 2004, science historian Naomi Oreskes published ' , refuting the assertion that climate science is highly uncertain.
I suppose science could be a fast thing to do if we didn't really care about all the things that make science important. The thing is, science is really hard. Not always technically hard, but just generally a difficult thing to do.
During my years in the Senate and the Pentagon, the need to shore up the integrity of government science and research has been clear. Our military depends on reliable data from the government to keep our defenses at the ready.
Women and their allies are taking bold steps towards achieving gender equality in the workplace. Here's how they're moving us forward.
A new study has revealed that methamphetamine contamination in houses is a public health problem around the world. * * * Mu-opioid receptors (MOR) play a crucial role in how we experience pleasure and reward.